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Linux User Reviews Mac mini
Monday November 28, 2005 7:31 PM EST

Thomas Driemeyer has written an article entitled "When a Linux user buys Apple's Mac mini." The article details one Linux user's experiences with OS X, and we found it to be an interesting read. "In early 2005, Apple was announcing the Mac mini computer. It was the answer to what I was looking for in a computer, so I bought one. This is a report about the early months with my new Mac, and how it compares to a Linux computer. (I have never owned a Windows computer.) In short, I am now both a Mac and a Linux user - Apple gets GUI simplicity, usability, and coherency right, and Linux everything else.

When switching operating systems, there is a strong tendency to whine about all the things missing in the new OS, or that are done differently and require a change of habits. The advantages become obvious only after some time. I'll do my best to take that into account and present a balanced review. There are a few fundamental problems that I cannot ignore though," Thomas Driemeyer writes for Bitrot.de.

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